Today’s athletes are faced with a myriad of different training theories and programs advertising performance enhancement. Unfortunately, many of these overlook critical components of successful training and include suggestions that can be especially harmful to pole athletes. Even with the best of intentions, athletes without a foundational understanding of training fundamentals can end up with performance losses, stagnation, discouragement, and injury. Vertical Athlete: Fundamentals of Training for Pole Fitness and Dance provides athletes from amateur to elite with the foundational knowledge essential to creating a safe and productive training program. Armed with the tools and concepts presented throughout the book, every poler can gain the strength, endurance, flexibility, and confidence necessary to reach their own performance potential.
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Bethany Freel is an American Council on Exercise certified Personal Trainer, PoleMoves certified Pole Instructor, and Nia (Neuromuscular Integrative Action) White belt. She has lived in Alaska for the last 11 years where she is an engineer and pole instructor. Bethany has been involved in athletics and strength training for much of her life from recreational and competitive sport to compulsive training and overtraining. With the desire to become a superb, fit athlete, she worked out long and hard. She always ran the extra mile and pushed through the pain, only to see stagnated results and persistent injury. Through research, experiences in pole and training, and a journey of personal growth, she has emerged from the damaging and unnecessary practice of overtraining with a passion for learning and spreading the word regarding optimum training practice, overtraining, intuitive-ness in exercise, and body respect.
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Descrizione libro Poler North, 2013. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria M0615791476